Indies You Can’t Miss

sbcltr lists down the best independent movies so far Despite censor certificate dramas and the stiff competition from Bollywood, 2017 is starting to look like a good year for Indie films in the country. Movies... Read More...

Movie Banned for Being Too Feminist

The Censor Board has denied a censor certificate to a movie on the grounds of it being too ‘lady oriented’, writes Samarth Singhal While the world has moved on from the Bechdel Test to F ratings, the ultra-con... Read More...

Exhibition of Rare Film Memorabilia

If you are a movie buff, the Indira Gandhi National Centre for Arts, is exhibiting a rare collection that evokes legendary B.D Garga’s perspective of cinema from his personal archives Bhagwan Das Garga, was In... Read More...

Defying the Multiplex

Priya Bhattacharji on the rise of cinematic events in India and how they are becoming a unique contact zone for filmmakers and film buffs to foster dialogue and collaborations. A decade ago, a college student ... Read More...

Short Films In India

Priya Bhattacharji, speaks to two directors on how the genre is bridging gap between commercial and indie cinema in the country “Short films, once a niche product more suited for the festival circuit has curre... Read More...

Netflix With Q

Alice Sharma, speaks to Sanjeev Gupta, the director behind the award winning independent movie that is soon to be released on Netflix. In 2015, 32-year-old, Sanjeev Gupta, won the prestigious Gollapudi Sriniva... Read More...

Om Puri Essential Movies

The sbcltr list of Om Puri movies that you cannot miss When veteran actor Om Puri died this morning at the age of 66, he left behind a legacy of work that included art-house cinema, Bollywood, independent worl... Read More...

Donald and Hobbes

Redditors superimpose Donald Trump’s face on Calvin and place text inspired by the Republican presidential candidate bringing a hilarious twist to the popular Calvin and Hobbes comic strip It all started when ... Read More...

Dangal: No for Feminism, Yes for Acting

To call Dangal a feminist movie is wrong. It celebrates women, yes, but at the end of the day it is the story of a patriarch directing their fate, the women don’t really have a choice, writes Supriya Raman I w... Read More...